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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
MM 1RUIT COLONY
L7rrtSagnifint 24- acre-'two year-old apple orchard, located 8 miles norheast of
cltnd6' " e main county road- with the Electric Ee't Lire Zw bhng con
SreTac?s.rUnmng PaSt the d00r' is beln? divided and piac "d'onThe Set inTo
A 3 PER. M0N1I1 Buys one of
J .UU these fine 10 acre tracts
No taxes, no interest, no expense of cutian for thr VP1 i- u- ,
time we deliver to you a 5 yea'r old berinj orehard Y ' e"d f Wh'h ,
ties of win
' - . J
1 The apple
is no ex
periment but proven'
, and in the
be our chief
We are placing these tracts at $200 per a:re. 10 years time. $16.66 per month.
This is not a speculation, but a good, sound business investment
The Eastern Oregon Trust & Savings Bank is custodian of payments
Should you at any time, through adversity, sickness or financial inability, be unable
to meet these payments, you don t lose what you have paid in. You simply take your
contract to the Eastern Oregon Trust & Savings Bank, which is to be the custodian
of these funds, and they will cash your contract for the face value, less a small per
cent, which is withheld for running expenses.
From the 6th to the 1 Oth year you should receive, not only the full cast of your
tract, with interest, but a handsome sum over and above your original investment
When everything else fails, we are forced finally to go back to old mother earth for
Every successful business or professional man, or thrifty wage earner knows that
it will pay him to get a piece of land: something to fall back upon in time of
Get yours now, while you are prosperous, and before prices and opportunities are
These tracts will only last a few days, so don't delay, but come and let tss explain
our terms and conditions in full. This is worth your most careful thought and Ln-investigation.
We are subdividing and also offering the entire farm holdings of Mr. Thos.
McGonnell. These lands, 2400 acres, are situated in the best farm and orchard belt
in the valley. At the price we are offering these tracts, you can't afford to miss this
golden opportunity to acquire a substantial, realthy holding in the grandest, most
productive and picturesque valley in the west.
Also we are placing upon the market about 1 50 building lots, owned by Mr. Thos
McGonnell. These lots are situated in the most desirable locations of La Grande.
Our terms on the above tracts and lots are. a small payment down and a long term
with small interest rate for the balance.
Now is (he time to buy property as the demand is increasing and in a few
months prces will advance according:. We havj a numbeioi good bargins,
a few of which are the fjiiowir.g.
SNAP-G ed 2 story house on Adams Ave. SI 400 terms.
2 lots and house fine location - close in -$1600.
BARGAIN -3 Dieces of incoina baaring business property. Will pay from
11 to 12 ' net interest.
EXTRA GOOD -2 unimproved lots in businoss section on Adams Ave.
are adva'ic'ng every day- -Wiil pay to investigate.
All kinds of residence i :ts in best locality. Dirt cheap.
Fine? year old orchard in Fru:tdale-can be irrigated - Price $3700
Wneat. Beet and Orchard lands of any Size to suit purchaser at very low
figure a-.d excellent terr.s.
Real Fstate Agents
Office in La Grande National Bank Building
A SECOND HAND WEDDIIK
L. C. Williams of Elgin was last even
ing united in marriage to Mary Snider
!so of Elgin. Justice of the Peace Houah.
The wedding ceremony was solemnized
i Fred Jacob's second hand store. The
bride and groom have both been married
before. While not inferring that the
justice is second hand, still it leaves room
for the suspecion that the entire wedding
was pretty much second handed.
SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE
Mrs. J. R. Forrest will hold a ftnnr.iRl
millinery sale tomorrow and Friday. Every
nai in me store will be nurked down
from twenty-five to fifty per cent reduct
ion. Come earlv while tile aftftnrtmnnt.
Manager Geible of the Fair Store i in
Portland this week.
Mrs. J. Moss was in the citv this morn
ing from North Powder.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Ferrin. want tn
Union this morning.
Mr. A. Given, of Union, is in the citv
the guest of his son Enrj neer L. Given.
He will remain several weeks.
C. D. Huffman left this mornincr for
Elgin where he goes to attend a G-ange
H. Monson, left this mornincr for Baker
City to transact business in connection
with the sugar factory.
Rev. and Mrs. Edwin B. Havs and Rev.
H. W. Holt, left this morr.inn for Union
where they will assist in installing th
new Presbyterian pastor, the Rev. See-mann.
Geo. McCape, who is interested in the
construction of the Wallowa extension
arrived this morning Vrom Portland
nH twill rnH faw in h eito
before going into the Wallowa county'
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Heidenreieh exnar.t
to leave in a few days for Portland where
mey win remain the rest of the winter
with their sons who are attending school
Dr. F, Moormeister returned from
Pendleton last night, where he visited his
patient Mrs. Fred Waffle. Mrs. Waffle
is recovering rapidly and will be able to
leave the hospital, Wednesday next
! FINE CHIN AWARE j
I have just received a new assortment of chinaware,
kui giasa, aim anvci wa;e. vjuuio cuiu cacuhiho uiuh.
I know they will please With each $2.00 cash purchase
I am giving away a ticket which if presented at Hulse
Studio entitles you to a PHOTOGRAPH of yourself FREE
MRS. T.N. MURPHY
Hardware and crockery,
snipped to Nebraska
The mangled body of Al Prosser was
brot into La Grande last evening on num
ber 'five. The Knights of Pythias and
Railway Conductors took charge of the
body and had it prepared for shipment.
Tomorrow morning the remains will be
shipped to Clearwater Nebraska, in
compliance with instructions receiv
ed from there, where interment will be
The body is not much mutilated, as death
resulted from breakage of the necx. Car
wneeis crushed the eft iaw hnn. j
broke the shoulder but aside from other
minor bruises, there was no serious
The jury which heard the inauest found
death due to accident. Prosser had been
standing on a box car when another car
was bumped against the one he was on
causing him to loose his balance.
Death came instantly as the fall hrnl
his neck. He was found dead by members
of the crew.
A prospector and miner named Ed
wards, this morning started into what he
called a "killing act." However fortune
was against him. Early this morning he
entered the Old Hickory saloon and walk
ing ooidiy up to the bar he whrnoed out a
revolver and pointing it at the bartender's
stomacn, exclaimed, "Bert Hrghes I've
got you now.". At the same time he was
making violent efforts to fire the revolver
but the safety catch was on and the
weapon failed to explode. "
Mr. Hughes took advantage of the de
lay in action and sorintnns over thn hr
he quickly wrenched the weapon from
his wood-be assassin's hands. A fight
ensued after which the disturber w.
thrown into the street. No arrest h.,
been made this afternoon. Edwards is
nursing his wounds and is still at lihrt u
Mr. Hughes knows of no reason why he
should be attacked. However, h. fi
that fortune stood by him at the critical
The Stillwell meat market delivery
team took a rampage this afternoon, which
finally ended in the driver being seriously
injured about the breast. The team ha
came uncontrolable on Adams avenue but
the driver hung on until he was tangled
in the reins and could not let loose. The
team was stopped in front of the soda
factory, but the vehicle was scattered
for a distance of several blocks. The
driver was dragged over several stones
suffering considerable injury. He is bet
ter this evening and will soon recover.
The team was not damaged.
SLEIGHS IN TOWN
A mountaineer was seen in the streets
this morning, making his purchases and
loading them into a sleigh. While the
ground is more or less bare of snow in the
city, he reported that sleighing was first
class in the mountains.
WHEN THE TU KEY COMES
to you in our restaurant, you will have a
triple feast. Your eyes will feast on its
tempting appearance. Your nostras will
feast on it. appetizing odor. ' Your palate
will feast on its d.licate flavor.
will be a joy to be remembered. With
all this in prospect, what's the good of 'X.
bothering with a h"me dinner. SnnnH
Thanksgiving here and be happy.
The Model Restaurant
J. A. ARBUCKLE. Proo.
THAT SENSATIONAL SALE
Don't fail to read the Golden Rule
Company's ad on inside page of this issue.
It tells you of some wonderful bargains
for the closing day of their great Sensa
FOUND A Purse containing some silver.
Owner may have same by calling at
Ash Brothers store, proving property
na paying nrty cents for this notice.
UHRN DA V
WeHll Weekly (I CA
Meal TlckPU fur P4-3v
A man with a six-horse freight wagon
was in the city today, enroute to Pendle
ton from Huntington. He reports the J
roads in bad condition and overland traveiA
There will be a meeting of the Forrest
ers tonight. Business of importance
necessitates all members being present.
R. L. Sabine of Portland h&ft filAri unit.
against the Lawson Brother to recover
$408.97. The Seattle Grocery stock it
being adjudged today by Sheriff Childers.
CHICKEN DINNER SOON
The Methodist ladies of thi r.itu
making extensive preparations for their
chicken dinner which will be given De
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front
room for rent. Very desirable, close in
inquire of black 612 or at this office.
777777 r : r'
I THANKSGIVING IS COMING L
We of Grande Ronde Valley, have certainly been blessed with prosoeritv thi.
year, and without doubt THANKSGIVING will be imrsaTiSSlSi
YQUR WANTS ANTICIPATED
This season, as an Inspection of our stock will show, ue have mwh
best from the markets of every clime. Our Motto "The B,t u I ihC
Good" for cur customers. C Best ls Nonc
Fresh Crisp Nuts. Fresh Crisps. Currants and Rasins
Citron. Lemon. Orange Peel. Mince' Meat.
Eastern and Olympia Ovsters in hniL aw
Picklcs-Swcet, Sour, and Dill. yrs in bulk and in cans.
Complete stock of this years pack Can Goods.
Eight Loav es of Bread for 25 cts.
J. D. McKENNON
LA GRANDE PIONEER r.nnnvY
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